Legal operations management Software
Take your corporate legal department to the next level
More than 1,450 corporate legal departments have chosen Legal Tracker for their matter management, case-tracking, e-billing, and analytics. From Fortune 500 companies to solo general counsel, our turnkey legal software solution can be fully scaled to streamline operations, control spend, and get complete visibility into your entire legal landscape.
Legal Tracker is the world's most widely used and highest-rated in-house legal matter management, case-tracking, e-billing, and analytics system
Save time and money with automated invoice workflows and auditing tools.
Break down silos with instantly searchable legal matter information located in one spot.
See what peer companies spend and prove the value of your department with real-time data.
Legal e-billing software by the numbers
1,450corporate legal departments use Legal Tracker
60,000law firms and vendors use Legal Tracker
100%of the Am Law 200 and Global 100 use Legal Tracker
600,000users in 192 countries
96%client renewal rate
They truly have extended customer service beyond imagination. There is an answer for everything. There is a tool for everything. There is a person for everything.
See how Legal Tracker works
Are you ready to supercharge your in-house legal operations by automating your e-billing and matter management process? Use the Legal Tracker value calculator to create your very own custom savings report and justify your legal technology budget.
Integrate with your existing systems and legal software to streamline implementation, boost productivity, and save time and resources.
Connect all of your data – legacy and current – and make it accessible and usable across departments with data conversion services.
Let our legal and technology experts assess and improve your legal operations.
Voted #1 by Corporate Counsel readers
Recognized for five years and a "Hall of Fame" inductee, Thomson Reuters Legal Tracker has been consistently voted best matter management software by readers of Corporate Counsel magazine.